No let-up in tension with Turkey as MPs prepare to approve maritime boundary deals

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Egypt, European Union, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, SYRIZA, Turkey
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The belligerent rhetoric from Turkey towards Greece has continued this week as Greek MPs prepare to vote on the maritime boundaries deal between Athens and Cairo that triggered the latest round of tension with Ankara.

The roll call vote on the agreement with Egypt, as well as an earlier, similar, pact signed with Italy, which paves the way for a delimitation of exclusive economic zones, is due to take place on Thursday, although the government was pushing for the bal...

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